- Mission Details:
Job Title: The Ghost In The Hunt
Player Requirements: At least 2 c ranks or 1 B rank
Job Requirements: 7,500 words total
Job Location: Any City/Town
Job Description: Within a town somewhere? There is an organization that specializes in dealing with spirits, malicious or otherwise, but they mostly deal with ridding the world of malicious spirits. Once a soul is captured, they are fed into a machine that drains their very existence to convert it into power to support the functions of the company and a small part of the town around them.
The goal of this mission is simple, release any remaining evil souls they have captured and take out the machine causing part of the town to go into a blackout.
Weak: Spiritual Cages
These cages are scattered all over the place and act very strangely, merely touching one seems to make one feel incredibly weak as they are made to subdue souls. Taking only one rank of damage to break the tricky part is you can't touch them to break them as otherwise you get affected by the weakening effect which leaves you vulnerable to capture.
Normal: Released Spirits
While some of the released spirits may very well fight on your side? Other's were not malicious and are very frightened by the situation thus will lash out at anything. Most of them take 5 hits to defeat, largely just throwing spirit orbs that deal C rank magic damage.
Strong: Ghost Hunters
Operating the place they won't take kindly to you barging in, attacking to deal B rank damage with each hit magical or melee they have 10 hits worth of hp.
Boss: Spiritual Drain Machine
The final goal of this job, the machine that turns souls to power. While it doesn't have an 'hp bar' like other opponents? It is much harder to defeat as those of B rank and beneath will find they can't get too close without being unable to move due to the soul-draining effect of it. So gonna have to get creative.
Reward: 25,000 Jewels.
Approval for this mission is right here...
The mission she had accepted might just not give her the opportunity to stay hidden, but it was out of sheer curiosity that she had accepted it. Curiosity and the scientific desire to know more about the technology that prevailed in this part of Earthland. Belladonna had been very interested to know that there was a machine that did something with souls. The machine had the power to banish evil spirits, according to sources. So, it was odd that her source gave her this mission, because he, a man so completely covered that none of his features could be seen, informed her that he wanted her to look into the events surrounding the machine, and do something drastic to it if it was not only evil spirits it was invested in. Belladonna allowed herself a low chuckle. The mission was for a dark guild, but it seemed she might find herself doing some good. And that was pretty much what her contact had told her: "What matters is that we're doing the stuff that allows the good guys to stay good guys. That, or whatever appeals to your conscience."
Considering how bathetic the last part of his parting speech was, she waited for her accomplice to arrive. She was aware that she would be working alongside someone else, a woman like herself, but aside the fact that this person had been in the guild for longer than she was (and almost anybody had been in Errings Rising for longer than Belladonna), she knew next to nothing about her.
So, she would wait for her comrade, and hope that this woman would at least give her some space to carry out her scientific studies on the machine. Belladonna didn't like trigger-happy people much, a trait which virtually all the dark guilds were so full of. She sighed. Couldn't there just be some introspective dark mage that did stuff not just for the fun of it, but for some deeper reason?
Nibbling idly at the tip of one of the arms of her glasses, sitting on a park bench in a small square (the location designated as the rendezvous point) her eyes lazily trailed people as they passed by, noting with mild amusement how her Right Eye of the Mind identified the emotions of people as their eyes met. Of course, they all fell into three categories. What she found funny was how humans made so many assumptions based on a simple sense that could so easily be manipulated...
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